The holiday season is approaching, and with it marks the annual Festival of Trees at Duke Energy’s World of Energy education center at Oconee Nuclear Station. For nearly 10 years, the holiday tree display shines a spotlight on nonprofits in the Upstate...
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The stockings were hung by the chimney with care, In hopes that St. Nicholas soon would be there; -Clement Clarke Moore
Among the trees decorated this year at the World of Energy’s Festival of Trees, a kid-favorite is a tree with a yellow LEGO toy head as a tree-topper and wreath and ball LEGO ornaments donning its branches. It even has LEGO ornaments uniquely painted and drawn by students from YouthLink’s FIRST LEGO League.
Thankful. Grateful. What do these words mean to you? We asked some of our nuclear workers to share why they are thankful during this national celebration of gratitude.
The World of Energy at Oconee Nuclear Station celebrates the holiday season with the Festival of Trees display in its lobby. This week, we are sharing stories from a few of the nonprofits represented at this year's festival.
In the past six years, Brian Clay and his family have sent packages to Afghanistan and Africa, and his teammates at Duke Energy’s Harris Nuclear Plant have pitched in, too. But this year, Clay said, his teammates surpassed all of his expectations.
Many of us have fond memories of our first bicycle. But for some families in the Carolinas, a bike is more than a toy.
From cherished dishes to memorable decorations, many people have a special holiday ritual. We asked our nuclear employees what they look forward to most this time of year. Here are just a few of their favorite traditions.
Bike, doll, books, games, toys … This may look like the typical wish list for any kid during the holidays but for hundreds of children and families, this wish list would be just a dream without the generosity of employees at Duke Energy’s nuclear ...
One little girl asked for warm clothes. When pressed, she said she liked Elmo. A young teen wanted a clock radio to listen to as he got ready for school. Another asked for a book bag from Santa. Though the holiday wish lists were simple, they were ...